• JOIN US — We are constantly looking for people with big ideas, who would enjoy and augment the intellectual freedom we provide. If this appeals to you, get in touch — contact any group leader.

    Open Positions
  • JOIN US — We are constantly looking for people with big ideas, who would enjoy and augment the intellectual freedom we provide. If this appeals to you, get in touch — contact any group leader.

    Open Positions
  • JOIN US — We are constantly looking for people with big ideas, who would enjoy and augment the intellectual freedom we provide. If this appeals to you, get in touch — contact any group leader.

    Open Positions

JOIN US — We are constantly looking for people with big ideas, who would enjoy and augment the intellectual freedom we provide. If this appeals to you, get in touch — contact any group leader.

Open Positions

Our Mission

The GMI is a research institute devoted to plant biology. Plants created our atmosphere and sustain life on earth. Our goal is to make fundamental discoveries that help us understand how plants function — discoveries that may be essential to address global challenges like climate change. Our research ranges from molecules to ecosystems, involving a wide variety of plants — all depending on the question. We study photosynthesis in unicellular alga, and climate adaptation in coniferous trees. We believe in enabling researchers at all levels to pursue big questions in an intellectually stimulating, diverse, and collaborative environment. Key to our success is minimal hierarchy and bureaucracy, outstanding facilities, and core funding.

About us

The GMI is part of the Vienna BioCenter, a leading life science cluster, comprising several research institutes, universities, and start-up companies, located close to the center of Vienna. The institute is owned and funded by the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW). Research topics include basic mechanisms of epigenetics, cell biology, plant-pathogen interactions, developmental biology, and population genetics. The GMI provides a lively, international working environment with around 130 people, embedded in a campus with over 1700 people from more than 70 countries. The working language is English. We strive for a friendly, inclusive environment, and provide an on-campus child care center.


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Provorov NA, Andronov EE, Kimeklis AK, et al. (2022) Microevolution, speciation and macroevolution in rhizobia: Genomic mechanisms and selective patterns. Front Plant Sci 13:1026943.

Rodríguez BD, Galanti D, Nunn A, et al. (2022) Epigenetic variation in the Lombardy poplar along climatic gradients is independent of genetic structure and persists across clonal reproduction. bioRxiv:2022.11.17.516862.

Stejskal K, Jeff OB, Matzinger M, et al. (2022) Deep Proteome Profiling with Reduced Carryover Using Superficially Porous Microfabricated nanoLC Columns. Anal Chem 94(46):15930-8.

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Zess EK, Dagdas Y, Peers E, et al. (2022) Regressive evolution of an effector following a host jump in the Irish Potato Famine Pathogen Lineage. PLoS Pathogen 18(10):e10918 preprint bioRxiv:2021.10.04.463104.

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Galanti D, Ramous-Cruz D, Nunn A, et al. (2022) Genetic and environmental drivers of large-scale epigenetic variation in Thlaspi arvense. PLoS Genet 18(10):e1010452 preprint bioRxiv:2022.03.16.484610.

Matzinger M, Mueller E, Duernberger G, et al. (2022) Robust and easy-to-use one pot workflow for label free single cell proteomics. bioRxiv:2022.10.03.510693.

Streubel S, Deiber S, Roetzer J, et al. (2022) Meristem dormancy in a dichotomous branching system is regulated by a liverwort-specific miRNA and a clade III SPL gene in Marchantia polymorpha. bioRxiv:2022.10.03.510622.

Hüther P, Hagmann J, ..., Becker C (2022) MethylScore, a pipeline for accurate and context-aware identification of differentially methylated regions from population-scale plant whole-genome bisulfite sequencing data. Quant Plant Biol [epub].

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McWhite CD, Sae-Lee W, Yuan Y, et al. (2022) Alternative proteoforms and proteoform-dependent assemblies in humans and plants. bioRxiv:2022.09.21.508930.

Casey C, Köcher T, Champion C, et al. (2022) Reduced coenzyme Q synthesis confers non-target site resistance to the herbicide thaxtomin A. bioRxiv:2022.09.13.507736.

Sasaki E, Gunis J, Reichardt-Gomez I, et al. (2022) Conditional GWAS of non-CG transposon methylation in Arabidopsis thaliana reveals major polymorphisms in five genes. PLoS Gene 18(9):e1010345 preprint bioRxiv:2022.02.09.479810.

Zheng R, Stejskal K, Pynn C, et al. (2022) Deep Single-Shot NanoLC-MS Proteome Profiling with a 1500 Bar UHPLC System, Long Fully Porous Columns, and HRAM MS. J Proteome Res 21(10):2545-21.

Mayer RL, Matzinger M, Schmücker A, et al. (2022) Wide Window Acquisition and AI-based data analysis to reach deep proteome coverage for a wide sample range, including single cell proteomic inputs. bioRxiv:2022.09.01.506203.

Casey A, Köcher T, Caygill S, et al. (2022) Transcriptome changes in chlorsulfuron-treated plants are caused by acetolactate synthase inhibition and not induction of a herbicide detoxification system in Marchantia polymorpha. bioRxiv:2022.08.31.505973.

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The GMI is part of the Vienna BioCenter, one of the leading international life science research centers worldwide that has established itself as the premier location for life sciences in Central Europe.

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